301.519.9237 exdirector@nesaus.org

It is with great sorrow that I inform you that our friend, Dennis White, passed on Friday, Nov 3rd.  Dennis was the TBFAA Region III Director for many years.  I, personally, worked with Dennis for probably 15 years and we joking called each other Ex Work Spouses.  Dennis was always quick with a story either about growing up in the valley, his family or a dealer.  Dennis fought hard against cancer for over a year.  I have comfort in knowing he is now at peace and is now whole with no pain or worries. 

I wanted to share his funeral information with you all.

Thursday 11/9/23  1:00pm
Salem Lutheran Church
22601 Lutheran Church Road
Tomball, TX 

Mary Edmonson
TBFAA President

Dennis’s obituary

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Dennis White, born on Oct 11, 1952, who passed away on Nov 3, 2023. Dennis lived a full and vibrant life, characterized by an outgoing and engaging personality. He was never without a good joke or a captivating story, always leaving those around him in better spirits.

Dennis leaves behind his loving wife, Bennie White; daughters, Jennifer White Estes (Michael), Sabrina Trahan (Shaun); son, Clay White (Sonya); grandchildren, Madison Trahan, Landon Trahan, Mason White, Eli Estes, Garrett White, Ian Estes, Kyndall White; and sister, Terri Lompra. His greatest joy in life was his family, who he continually placed above everything else. He was a loving father and grandfather, deeply proud of his children and grandchildren, and he often expressed how blessed he felt to have such a wonderful family.

Embodying the belief of living in the moment, Dennis taught us all to cherish each day and the memorable moments it brings. He reminded us also that family should always be our first priority. He demonstrated these values in the love, care, and devotion he showed to his family. His legacy will indeed be one of unconditional love and deep commitment to his loved ones.

A Memorial service for Dennis will be held on Nov 9, 2023, at 1:00 PM at the Salem Lutheran Church. It is here that we will remember Dennis, not just for the love he had for his family, but also for the laughter and joy that he brought into the lives of everyone he met.

He will be dearly missed by all who knew him and will forever be remembered for his generosity, great sense of humor, and his unwavering love for his family.

His family has asked that In lieu of flowers – Please consider a donation to Help with Medical Expenses via GoFundMe.